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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by wineandcarbs, Jul 30, 2010.
Can you guys recommend a To-Do list application?
Put things off
Looking forward to Epic Win
Thanks guys. Will take a look at all of these.
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I like "Remember the milk". It's not a free service but l love the ability to share todos with someone else.
Taskly has been reliable for me
Let us know what you end up liking.
I had Taskly for a bit. The UI was a bit cluttered for me. Then I had Moes Notes, which would have been a better trip journal then To-Do list.
"To Do" was the one that seemed both simple while still offering enough options to make it usable. $4.99 was a bit steep, though it's used almost daily.
+1 for both the iPhone and iPad apps.
You are right about that . It is s bit cluttered but I love the features of Taskly.
The only feature I don't fully understand and never use is the maps feature. I'm sure somebody somewhere will find it usefull though
Especially as I can sync it with my iCal To Do list.
I've been using the free version of Lists - at least for checklist type items.
I think i remember reading a while back about an app that allows you to create a "shopping/to-do list" and based on your gps location will alert you with a reminder when you are in or close to an area that you can buy what you need or do what you need to do.
Do any of the apps listed above do that?
I believe OmniFocus does that. I currently have and use that app, but I have not utilized the feature yet.
I'm using 2Do. It has a nice clean interface and some pretty powerful task adding/managing features. It's a little steep at $6.99, but the free version should suffice for most people.
The thing I LOVE about it is that you can customize when the icon badge shows up (I only show things due in the next week). I tried some others that just always showed the number of things in there, which was kind of useless.
Paperless, if you want multiple checklists. Simple and versatile.
#1 - OmniFocus
Use anything else (including the built in notes app) if you want compile a bunch of daily to-do checklists and never make much progress.
I just use the free To Do app. Its grey. perfect for me, I like things simple instead of all the $5 apps that has all these sections and colors. Just give me on list and badge notifications and im good